I have been devouring Sheryl Sandberg’s book: “Lean in: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead”
I have found it exhilarating and thoughtful. She talks about gender equities and inequities in the workplace and home. Her passion for this topic clearly comes through and her observations keen. She tells on herself with examples from her life. She is honest about her mistakes and successes. A risk most of us would not take. She is passionate about bringing about more women into high leadership positions. Women making powerful choices that encourage them to live life passionately and to its fullest. She describes the struggles between juggling work, kids and home while maintaining a career that she loves and is demanding. She celebrates the differences between genders and wishes that it becomes OK with the choices that are made. For example, women tend to be celebrated for prioritizing staying home with the kids, while men are generally not.